Fall-Winter 2020-2021 Ready-to-Wear Show

“It doesn't matter where we start from1... Carla Lonzi, Autoritratto, 1969.


Autobiography, self-portrait, story. Associating places, images, words. Freely, with fresh eyes. For this fall-winter 2020-2021 ready-to-wear collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri maps out an atlas of emotions through the prism of her teenage diary. Two photos of her mother transport her back to this time in her life, a laboratory brimming with possibilities of what the future may hold.


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  • Punctuated with committed artworks, the show venue for the fall-winter 2020-2021 ready-to-wear collection by Maria Grazia Chiuri stood in the heart of the Tuileries Gardens — a veritable open-air museum right in the heart of Paris.

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  • A look at the guests present at the Fall-Winter 2020-2021 Ready-to-Wear show.


  • Driven by a powerful feminist vision, the fall-winter 2020-2021 ready-to-wear collection designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri celebrates self-affirmation. It questions the construction of feminine identity through which clothing plays an essential role.

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Essential accessories

  • The accessories that embellished Maria Grazia Chiuri’s looks were likewise inspired by an ode to the 1970s and multiple kinds of femininity, resulting in jewels, shoes, hats and bags with a highly personal twist.

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  • Having chosen her name in homage to Marcel Duchamp1, Claire Fontaine defines herself as “a ready-made collective artist2”.?Created in 2004, this committed collective approaches art as a place of freedom, emancipation, and self-affirmation by imagining audacious diversions that question, among other things, the role of culture, art history, climate change, and relations of domination and power.?

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  • Womenswear creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, talks to us exclusively about her new collection.


Photo credit - Sophie Carre